The Baltimore Ravens started the 2018 season at 4-2 and have since lost 3 straight to fall below .500.
The Ravens futility in the last few weeks have led many to speculate that head coach John Harbaugh may be on his way out. While it’s unlikely the Ravens would fire Harbaugh in mid-season, Sunday’s 23-16 home loss to their AFC North rival Pittsburgh Steelers could be the type of loss that could inspire change.
As the Ravens head into their bye week they are now below .500 for the fourth consecutive season at the mid-way mark. The Ravens have suffered a significant number of injuries along the offensive line, losing both starting tackles and the bye week is coming at the right time for the Ravens.
Since winning the Super Bowl following the 2012 season the Ravens have played .500 football and made the playoffs once during that stretch.
Harbaugh has been the head coach of the Ravens since 2008 and has complied a career record of 105-71 including winning Super Bowl XLVII (47).